European Central Bank

May 29, 2013
Pinnacle Digest writes: Gold climbed on Wednesday, hitting an early morning high of $1,394.04 before falling back to $1,389.49 an ounce in mid-day trading. There are two prominent...
April 25, 2013
Pinnacle Digest writes: European economic activity continues to contract, while unemployment hit a new record in Spain. The PMI or purchasing managers' index for the euro zone...
March 21, 2013
Pinnacle Digest writes: News came out Tuesday that all Cypriot banks will continue to be closed until at least next Tuesday and may remain closed permanently. The bank fiasco in...
January 25, 2013
Adrian Ash150,232
Pinnacle Digest writes: Gold has taken a beating ever since China said it would be backing the Yuan with the precious metal. Some consider the pullback to be quite shocking as the...
November 27, 2012
Pinnacle Digest writes: In Stewart Thomson’s latest article he examines silver’s price action of late. Thomson believes the precious metal is now overbought given that in short-...
November 8, 2012
Pinnacle Digest writes: Now that the election is over, Chris Ciovacco explains why investors should be concerned that the markets could tank very soon.1.) Gridlock in Washington...
October 19, 2012
Adrian Ash150,232
Pinnacle Digest writes: Pressure in the precious metal market remains strong and gold’s price continues to fall, hitting $1732 an ounce on Friday morning. That price is right...
October 1, 2012
Pinnacle Digest writes: The big difference between the announcement of QE3 and QE2, in respect to the market, is that many commodity prices are now at cyclical highs. Sy Harding...
September 12, 2012
Pinnacle Digest writes: Recently Peter Schiff highlighted a very intriguing article from J. Luis Martin, about the ramifications of the European debt crisis. Martin is an...
August 7, 2012
In Chris Ciovacco’s latest article he discusses the three European hurdles that must be cleared before he turns aggressively bullish.Ciovacco states that while Mario Draghi came...
July 31, 2012
Axel Merk55,430
In his latest article Axel Merk explains the relevance of the ECB’s stabilized gold holdings. When the euro currency was first launched, the European Central Bank held roughly 15...
April 19, 2012
Axel Merk55,430
If running out of your own money wasn’t bad enough, policy makers are increasingly spending other peoples’ money to bail their country out. At the upcoming G-20 meeting, finance...
April 17, 2012
  Recently, the world's economic leaders, including economists at the European Central Bank, the European Union, the International Monetary Fund, and the U.S. Federal Reserve...
April 16, 2012
 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said recently that it expects commodity prices to decline in Y 2012, as the Global economy remains weak.In the organization's World...
March 24, 2012
Gold’s been knocked down lately, but several enduring factors have conditioned the yellow metal for an inevitable comeback.Since the beginning of 2012, gold has trailed its...
March 13, 2012
 Last week the Greek government, with the heavy handed support of its larger friends in the Eurozone, succeeded in coercing some 85.8 percent of private sector bondholders to...
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